I was recently discussing with Chris Weimer the possibility of working on a "Wiki" for references pertaining to Biblical studies and general antiquities. Such databases already exist, of course, perhaps most notably in the form of the ATLA Database. However, as one living in the information age, it seems to me that these sorts of resources should be 1) Free, and 2) Exploiting the intelligence of their users.
Since compiling any sort of meaningful reference database would be a massive undertaking for one or two people, the suggestion of a "wiki" format (raised by Chris) seems to make sense. However, such a thing would be contingent on the willingness of those who might use it to both share their knowledge, and help improve the project.
Since my readership, presumably, consists of people who would use such a thing, I've posted a poll (on the right) where readers who are so inclined can vote on their own interest in either seeing or contributing to such a project. In true dilettante fashion, I'll then show that there's nothing more dangerous than an amateur with statistics based on insufficient samples by offering broad conclusions based on few responses. Or maybe not. We'll see how it goes.